Definition of aflutter in English:


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Pronunciation: /əˈflʌtə


In a state of tremulous excitement: he has the physique that could send a thousand female hearts aflutter
More example sentences
  • Her heart, which seemed to have grown, was sent aflutter each time she saw Charlie and she could barely pay attention to anything, much less speak in an intelligent conversation.
  • The Danish capital is all aflutter in anticipation.
  • My stomach was already aflutter with all the excitement.

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